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Sustainability at Schramme

Magnetbau Schramme has firmly anchored the topic of sustainability in its corporate strategy - WE are "sustainable in all respects". 

We understand the term sustainability as the conscious action of ecological, economic and social factors. These form the three pillars of sustainability according to which we align ourselves. The great art is to bring these three factors into harmony. Because if you focus on only one of these factors, the other two factors will suffer.

Magnetbau Schramme is currently in the middle of the process of developing an optimal sustainability strategy. In the process, all relevant areas are being taken into account:

  • Customers
  • Cooperation partners
  • Suppliers
  • Employees
  • Owners, management and executives
  • Applicants
  • Environment
  • Public and society

Stay tuned to learn more about Magnetbau Schramme GmbH's sustainability goals in a timely manner.


Schramme, WE - operate sustainably and produce climate neutral since 2018. We are one of the first companies from our industry to be certified climate neutral. By purchasing climate certificates to offset greenhouse gas emissions, we support developing countries in implementing sustainable measures.

In this context, we support three specific climate-friendly projects:

1. Brazil - Forest protection project endangered species

The goal of the Maísa REDD+ project is to promote forest conservation and reduce emissions from unplanned deforestation and forest degradation. The project is located in the Brazilian state of Pará, in the lower Tocantins, between the Tocantins and Moju rivers.

2. Mongolia - Cooking stoves

This project activity involves the installation and maintenance of clean energy products, including efficient stoves, heating technologies, and home insulation products. To date, inefficient stoves and home insulation have been used in Mongolia, resulting in the burning of large amounts of coal. The use of these fuels produces a variety of gases, including carbon dioxide (CO2). Efficient cooking and heating stoves reduce the amount of fuel needed to keep the house at a habitable temperature in cold weather.

3. Mexico - Wind energy

The objective of the project activity is to build a wind farm with an installed capacity of 102 MW. The renewable energy will be fed into the Mexican electricity grid. Without the project activity, the electricity would be generated by the Mexican power grid, which depends mainly on the use of fossil fuels. Thus, in the baseline scenario, the Mexican national grid is based primarily on the use of fossil fuels.